THE petition opposing new on-street parking meters in Bridport has reached 4,000 signatures.
And opponents of the scheme are hoping to enlist MP Oliver Letwin’s help when they meet him tomorrow, September 13. They will also be meeting with Matthew Piles, traffic manager for Dorset County Council – and they want answers from him.
Representatives from the market and Bridport Business Chamber will be meeting Mr Letwin.
Market traders’ spokesman Roy Gregory said: “We had 4,000 signatures by the end of Saturday and I have been contacting the district councillors to enlist their help.
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